You’ll be screaming too if you miss this free opportunity for some solid learning as a sheep and lamb farmer.

Since its roll out in August 2014 there have been over 100 workshops with 1600 participants.  Participants have been very satisfied with the workshop which has received an overall satisfaction rating of 8.1 out of 10.  More than 90% of participating sheep producers indicated that they would change their management as a direct result of this workshop.

Objectives

😎 What drives climate variability?

😎 Setting strategies that enable sheep business to be more flexible in varying seasons.

😎 Practical on farm tactics for coping with late breaks and failed springs.

😎 Breeding a more flexible sheep.

😎 Ewe CS targets for variable seasons.

😎 What are the attributes of a resilient business?

WHERE:   Lismore Hotel, 1 High St, Lismore VIC

WHEN:   Thursday 13th October 2016

TIME:  9am – 3pm – please be at venue at 8:45am for a 9am start

Workshop will run for approximately 6-hrs.  Lunch & drinks provided.

For catering purposes please RSVP by 7th October to Bess Lamont on 0417 530 460.

Facilitated by Dr Steve Cotton from Dynamic Ag Consultancy, Hamilton.

Proudly sponsored by; Dynamic Ag Consultancy, Reid Stockfeeds, Australian Government and Rural Industries Skill Training.